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>> good morning. i am heather cheryleds. >> -- heather childers. >> i am ainsley earhardt. yet another scandal rocking the obama administration this morning. shocking news the justice department secretly obtained two months of phone records from reporters and from editors that work for the associated press. >> this comes as the white house is already on the defense about benghazi and the terror attacks and the irs targeting a conservative group. kelly wright with the newest details on the benghazi
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investigation. but we start with anna kooiman and the government seizure of secret procedures. unprecedented violation of the freedom of the press. the justice department under fire as attorneys for the associated press say it secretly obtained records for 20 phone lines both work and personal. they scanned several bureaus the press gallery and house of representatives. more than 140 reporters work in the offices where the records were taken. >> they haven't told us what they were looking for or why we didn't get prior notice. this seems to be very broad and we don't really know what it's about. >> the white house saying it has no knowledge of the doj inquiry. jay carney said we have no knowledge of any attempts by the justice department to seek phone records of the ap. we are not involved with
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decisions involved with criminal investigations. the justice department refuses to say why it fought the records. prosecutors said they are investigating who leaked details about a al qaeda plot during the one year anniversary of osama bin laden's death last year. the president is outraged over the intrusion. he says there can be no possible justification for such an over board collection of the telephone communications of the associated press and its reporters. lawmakers are also outraged. john boehner releasing a statement saying this, the first amendment is first for a reason. the obama administration is going after reporter's phone records they better have a damn good explanation. the associated press is asking for all phone records to be returned and copies be
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destroyed. now to the irs scandal growing by the day. we have learned it wasn't just the tea party. other conservative groups wer t. now a hearing has been scheduled for friday on capitol hill so lawmakers may get some answers. doug luzader is live with more on that. good morning, doug. >> good morning. this is growing fast with the "washington post" saying despite their denials the specific targeting of conservative groups they say was known to high level officials here at washington even as it was underway. a combhat tive obama said the irs was playing politics targeting nonprofit groups the tea party patriots or self identified educational groups promoting the constitution. >> it is contrary to our traditions and people have to be held accountable and it's got to be fixed.
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>> the irs admitted to the effort but attempted to blame it on low level employees in the agency the lawyers for tea party groups for evidence say they were targeted by officials since washington supporting the decisions of many tea party leaders. >> a couple of low level employees out of cincinnati, ohio who have this much influence. literally it was coast to coast. >> the agency is already in plenty of hot water for initially denying to congress that con sefb ti-- conservative ever faced this scrutiny. >> the irs have not targeted specific groups. >> we pride ourselves on being a nonpolitical nonpartisan organization. there is absolutely no targeting. this is the kind of back and forth that happens when they apply for 501 c 4 status.
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>> that was march of last year. the house weighs and means meets on this on friday to begin a big investigation. heather? >> thank you doug luzader reporting live for us. >> president obama turning up the defense over the administration's handling of the terror attack in benghazi dismissing the change talking points as a side show. kelly wright is also life in washington for our team coverage. he's following this story for us. good morning, kelly. >> president obama is finding benghazi is an issue that won't go away. he says republicans are looking for evidence of a cover up but add there's no their there dug the news conference with david cameron. the president found himself on the defense i have answering questions about the benghazi attack. he addressed the issue of those talking points that led to u.s. ambassador susan rice giving accurate talking points and statements about the attack
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three-days afterwards. that is what sparked going on to say that's was sparked by spontaneous protests for people upset over an anti islam film. >> the day after it happened i acknowledged this was an act of terrorism. if this was some effort on our part to try to down-play what had happened on tamp it down, that would be a pretty odd thing that three-days later we end up putting out all of the information that in fact has now served as a basis for everybody recognizing this was a terrorist attack. >> reaction to the president's comments about benghazi continues from republican law americas. they say they reserve answers that the president continuing to be misleading. >> what about four people killed by al qaeda backed terrorists 8 months ago and the government
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lied about them. what about the death trap created called the benghazi consulate. what about the 7 and a half hours they were being attacked and nobody could come to their aid. where is the outrage there? >> they want to join house committee to investigate benghazi. they may call former secretary of state hillary clinton to testify then. >> thank you kelly. i know you will stay on top of that story. we are staying with the pop stories and taking a look at who is talking this morning. >> britt tum is looking at how the president is handling benghazi and the irs saying it seems as though president obama is operating out of two different play books. >> there are two methods for dealing with the crises that be set the obama administration. the president seems to be trying them both one is take charge mode in which the leader acknowledges it is wrong says it's unacceptable pledges to get to the bottom of it make it public and set it right.
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this is where the president seemed to be going regarding the irs conservative groups. the other is duck and cover in which they claim the matter is over blown and tries to blame somebody else. this is where the president has gone from the start and where he went again today. we learned last week the cia talking points on benghazi went through 11 rewrites at the behest of the state department and white house which referred to them from true to false by stripping out all references to tearrism. nothing new here mr. obama said adding the dubious claim saying he was involved in terrorism from the start. if that's true why did he allow susan rice to talk about the bogus points days later and add the bogus claim it all stemd from internet video. it may be late in the game for mr. obama to switch to take charge mode on benghazi but duck and cover sure isn't working either. >> bill o'reilly will have more
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reaction to the stories this morning on fox and friends. he will be live on the curvey couch at 8 ax m. >> it is time now for your 5@5. angelina jolie reveals this. she under went a recent double mastectomy. in an op ad she decide to do take the measure after learning she had an 87 percent risk of getting breast cancer the same disease that killed her mom when she was 56. as a result of the procedure jolie's chances of developing cancer now have dropped to less than 5 percent. she wrote this, i wanted to write this to tell other women the decision to have a mastectomy was not easy but it is one that i am very happy i made. i can tell my children that i don't need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer. o.j. simpson's fight his lawyers say they botched the
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case. he is taking the stand earlier today. a much bigger simpson appeared yesterday in a las vegas courtroom. the former nfl great. he has ballooned to 270 pounds behind bars. he was convicted in 2008 and then locked up. it appears that lockup has taken a toll. here he is on the far left yesterday compared to the middle picture. that is back in 2008 when he was convicted. finally on the far right in 1995 the day evidences acquitted of his ex-wife's murder. >> new orleans' police identified by the shooter firing into his mother's day parade. 19 people injured including two children. police are looking for 19-year-old ache con scott. they say it is too early to determine if he was the only gunman. they say scott has a long criminal history. there's a 10 dhoul larry ward offered for his arrest and prosecution. >> a saudi man will be in federal court after being
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arrested saturday a detroit m metropolitan airport with a pressure cooker. the same kitchen device used in last month's boston bombing. hussein lied to custom agents and his passport was missing a page. a former fbi agent says it's alarming. >> god forbid they didn't check this out and it was a dry run and the next one is a bomb. you would be questioning it could be the u.s. government the way it acted. >> that is pretty scary. he says the pressure cooker was for his nephew and that nephew backs up the story saying the whole thing is a big misunderstanding. >> from colorado to the beaches of new jersey. around 10:00 the royal was for seaside heights to look at the damage done by super storm sandy. then he's off to new york city to attend three events one of them with british prime minister
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david cameron. he wraps it up with a celebrity polo match in connecticut. that's your 5@5:00. >> having a little fun there. >> anna kooiman got up close and personal with him in colorado. said he was very cute. >> the government warning kids about drinking. is there such a thing as too young? what about 9 years old. >> drivers have been getting a break at the pump until now. why your melimorial day might he gotten a little more expensive. the boys used double miles from their capital one venture card
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>> it is 15 minutes after the top of the hour. how young is too young when it comes to children. >> is there any drinking going on in this crowd? >> no. >> a tax funder psa to talk to their children as young as 9 years old about the dangers of
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drinking. the substance abuse mental health service administration says that's when kids start to think about drinking. many parents say that's the last thing on their mind. a georgia man says he found the top secret original recipe for coca-cola. now he wants to sell it on ebay for $50 million. he found it in an old box of papers he bought from the famous georgia kenna. the company said it might be close but it is not the real thing. get it, heather. >> maybe he will be calling in sick to work today. not sure. speaking of sick days they are meant to be used when you are ill. but some professions take more sick days than others it costs the u.s. economy millions -- billions of dollars. >> an estimated 84 billion a year is what workers taking sick
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days cost the economy. we will show you the workers who are sick the most. service workers these are police officers barbers and waiters. they miss almost one day every two months. some are in the worst physical condition, too. clerical workers secretaries nurses business owners. they miss work often because they get paid sick days so there's a lot of sick time. transportation workers like air traffic controllers call out sick a lot as well. >> memorial day is coming up. surprise, surprise. gas prices are on the rise again. >> we have been telling you for days gas prices have been going down and down and down and now they are going back up again up 9 days in a row making the biggest jump since february. the national average $3.58 to fill up but that's $0.15 the same tame last year. >> that's not too bad.
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glass half full then. >> 17 after the top of the hour. coming up next on "the rundown", you feel like you are throwing away money at the grocery store? how about simple steps like using the self checkout that will help you save on your food shopping next. her fellow passengers, they will not always love her. how one woman grounded a flight with this. exhausting business. with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget that you're flying five hundred miles an hour on a chair that just became a bed. you see, we're doing some changing of our own. ah, we can talk about it later. we're putting the wonder back into air travel, one innovation at a time. the new american is arriving.
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>> good morning. welcome back. it is 21 minutes after the top of the hour. time for quick headlines for you.
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a former nfl player sue nfl for wrongful death. he died of an accidental drug overdose in 2011. league doctors proscribed him with thousands of pain-killers for his injuries despite knowing he had a problem with addiction. the family didn't specify how much he they wanted for damages. they have yet to see the complaint. a family of a woman who fell over board of a carnival krudz line ship off the coast of australia says he and her boyfriend were not drinking that night. christian schroeder and paul wasington shows her going over board and him jumping after her. authorities do not suspect foul play. >> how much do you spend on your food every week? the average american apparently spends 150 bucks a week.
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that is nearly 8,000 bucks a year. we want to help you cut that in half. >> good morning. >> nice to see you. just a start. >> the average family wastes an awful lot of money that is unused. 1800 to 2200 a year. 25 percent of us of the food and beverages we buy tossed. you have to have your list and stick to the plan and have a more strategic way of going about it. avoid the last minute trips we end up buying 56 percent more. choose your cart wisely. >> large carts are bad news. we spend up to 37 percent more because you put a few things in doesn't look like there's much in there adds up. stick to the little small ones. >> you say work the outer edge.
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>> you have to work it, girl. >> work it, work it. you find the produce the fruits and vegetables seafood, the chicken. the inner aisle that is the nutritional waste land. that's the bad stuff. that is where be you find the chips the pretzels the cookies. limit your time in the middle isles as much as possible. >> hearing you say that sounds so good. >> don't get anything premade. >> the precut stuff the vegetables chopped it comes in the nice container you pay for that convenience. >> sometimes it might be worth it. >> only they are pomegranates. >> i have never tried to buy them when they are not. >> use self checkouts. explain this. >> they are every where these days. a lot of impulse buying but the self checkouts you don't find the chocolate bars none of that stuff f. you use them it lowers
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impulse buys by 32 percent for women because you aren't surrounded by the dugoodies. and you are probably tempted to say i don't need this or you are embarrassed. >> 25 after the top of the hour. the obama administration rocked by a scandal. the department of justice secretly obtaining phone records from reporters at a major news outlet. angelina jolie making a shocking revolution about going under the knife about a body changing surgery. it has nothing to do with her look. years in the city of baltimore. when i first started experiencing the pain, it's, it's hard to describe because you have a numbness... but yet you have the pain like thousands of needles sticking in your foot.
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or maybe it's because we've received jd power and associates' customer service award 4x in a row. in the end, there are countless reasons. but one choi. >> welcome to fox and friends first. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. the obama administration being rocked by another scandal this morning. details emerging that the justice department secretly obtained two months of phone records for reporters and editors at the associated press. this comes as the white house is already on the defense about the benghazi terror attacks and the irs targeting of conservative groups. >> doug luzader has the latest involving the irs and kelly
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wright is covering the newest details on the benghazi investigation. but the team coverage is next on anna kooiman and the procedures of phone records. >> good morning to everybody at home. there are many questions about unprecedented violation of the freedom of the press. the justice department under fire this morning says attorneys for the associated press say it secretly obtained records for 20 phone lines both work and personal. they say in several bureaus including the press gallery and the house of representative. more than 100 reporters work in the offices where the records were taken. >> they haven't told us what they are looking for nor have they explained why we have gotten prior notice. there is not a inquiry and we don't know what it is about. >> the white house saying they have no knowledge of the inquiry. they are saying in a statement
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quote we have no knowledge of any attempt by the justice department to seek phone records of the aishgp. the justice department refuses to say why it sought the records but prosecutors previously said they are investigating who leaks details but a foiled al qaeda not to foil the claim. current cia director john par brennan. he was outraged the intrusion. there was no possible selection of over board selections of the telephone communications of the associated press and its supporters. john boehner releasing a turers statement saying this, the first amendment is first for a reason. the obama administration is going after reporter's phone records they better have a damn good ex lan nation. the ap is demanding the phone records be returned and all
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copies be returned. the irs scandal might be growing even larger now with new evidence it might have gone well beyond the so-called employees. we are going live this morning with more. the question all along has been how high up does this really go? irs officials here in washington not only knew about the specific targeting the conservative groups, they may have played an active role in it according to the "washington post" this morning. the irs already admitted to targeting specific groups for extra scrutiny in their names referenced the tea party, patriots, the constitution or other trigger words that indicated that they were part of conservative causes. but the agency blamed it on low level employees in cincinnati the idea that high level officials may have been involved would come as no surprise to tea party leaders.
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>> no way capital low level employees out of cincinnati ohio who have had this much influence. literally it was coast to coast. >> there is no evidence of white house involvement at this point. >> it is contrary to our traditions and people have to be held accountable and it has to be fixed. >> the irs is going to be facing very tough questions with congress where there is already anger overlilier denials that the profiling is even occurring. this is from march of 2012. >> can you give us assure rabss the irs is not targeting particular groups based on politic political leanings? >> i can give you assurances. as you know we pride ourselves on being nonpolitical nonpartisan organization. there is no targeting. this is the kind of back and forth that happens when people apply for 501 c 4 status.
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>> the irs changed their tune on this. we are going to hear a lot more on this especially for the end of the week when the house weighs and means committee gears up for the big hearing on what really happened at the irs and how high it goes. >> thanks so much, doug. now another big story the latest on benghazi. it has been more than 8 months since the terror attack and there's still no real answers from the white house. president obama now stepping up his defense calling it the changing of the talking points a side show. kelly wright has more on this live for us from washington with our continuing team coverage. >> good morning kelly. >> good morning to you. they are finding benghazi is an issue that will not go away. they are looking for evidence of a cover up but he says there's no there there. during his news conference with david cameron he found himself on the defensive answering
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questions about the benghazi attack. he add dreted the iss-- address the issue of bogus talking points three-days after the attack. she claimed it was sparked by a spontaneous protest from people upset over an anti islam film. >> the day after it happened i acknowledged that this was an act of terrorism. if this was some effort on our part to try to down-play what had happened on tamp it down, that would be pretty odd thing that three-days later we end up putting out all of the information that in fact has now served as the basis for everybody recognizing that this was a terrorist attack. >> reaction to the president's comments about benghazi continues to pour in from republican lawmakers. they say the american people deserve answers and claim the president continues to be
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misleading. >> what about four people killed by al qaeda backed terrorists eight months ago and our government lied about what happened to them? what about the death trap that was created called benghazi consulate. what about the 7 and a half hours they were being attacked and nobody could come to their aid? where is the outrage there? >> they investigate the response to benghazi. they may call upon former secretary of state hillary clinton to testify again. >> kelly wright reporting live for us this morning. >> now it's time for your 5@5:30. in a shocking announcement angelina jolie saying she under went a double mastectomy. in an op ad she decide to do take the measure after learning she had 87 percent risk of getting breast cancer. that's the same disease that killed her mother at the age of
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56. as a result of the procedure jolie's chances of developing cancer have drop to do less than 5 percent. she wrote quote i wanted to write this to tell other women the decision to have a mastectomy is not easy but it is one that i am very happy i made. i can tell my children they don't need to fear they will lose me to breast cancer. >> you saved us. those were the first words michelle knight spoke to the police officer after shi'ite manda berry and gina dejesus after they were held captive for a decade. for the first time we are hearing the dispatch calls after the cops busted castro. >> we have got onil castro and ariel castro in custody down here at the mcdonalds. >> the cops initially arrested
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the three brothers but only ariel castro was charged with rape and kidnapping. >> an american man dying a hero after trying to stop three men from mugging a women in the bahamas. kyle brunner was working on a sale boat over the weekend when he saw the men trying to steal jewelry from the women. when they stepped in they shot and killed the 34-year-old. if he saw someone being bullied he would intervene. it's been that same way his whole life. >> brunner was a special education teacher. decided to pursue his dream of being a sailor. police have only arrested one of the suspects. >> passengers from an american airlines plane did not love this woman after her singing diverted the plane. ♪ i will always love you
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>> this happened last week on a plane headed for los angeles to new york city. a pretty long flight. minutes after takeoff the women began singing whitney houston's "i will always love you." she wouldn't stop. the pilot diseaeclared an emerg landing where they pulled her off and took her into custody. can you image the call from the pilot. we have a woman who won't quit singing. >> swimmers run for their lives when a bear shows up in their backyard. >> i hear him yelling and the bear just looks over from right there. went to the edge and flew out of there and ran adds fast as possible tried to close all of the doors. i didn't know if it was coming over or not. >> police spent an hour trying to catch the bear. the bear will be released back into the forest.
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first degree weather update wi maria? >> good morning everyone. we are talking frost advisories and freeze warnings in effect across portions of the northeast and down into sections of north carolina and virginia. we are talking about possible damage to crops out here across the region. hopefully you brought your plants indoors last night across this region. temperatures as we head into the afternoon hours will be warming up a little bit. still a little be low average where you will see a hyatt 62 degrees and 50s for seks of new england. as we head toward the west it is feeling more like summer out here for parts of the midwest 92 degrees for the high temperature other parts of the north central as well dealing with hot temperatures today into the 90s. heather and ainsley. >> 20 minutes to the top of the hour. coming up next obama care was supposed to make healthcare more affordable. now we are learning rates could rise 400 percent.
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>> welcome back. 15 minutes to the top of the hour. let's span the globe to see what's going on overseas. the captain of the concordia. they will he decide if he and
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five other crew members will go on trial. he is facing manslaughter charges. 32 people died in the disaster in 2012. >> now to france that is where soccer fans clashed with police. soccer club fans were celebrating their first championship in 19 years when fighting broke out. the fans have a reputation for violence. 30 people were hurt and over 20 arrested. >> up to 400 percent more that's what insurance premiums will sore. according to 17 of the top insurance companies. diane macedo has the latest for us. >> internal cost estimates from the country's 17 biggest insurance companies indicate health insurance premiums will rise 100 percent when affordable act takes place some more than 400 percent thanks to new regulations policieses, taxes
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fees and mandates. that's according to the house commerce committee based on estimates from aetna. blue cross, blue shield and kaiser. the average yearly cost for a new customer in the market grows from 1896 to 3708. a 1,12 dollar cost increase. even costs in the individual market could have costs increase 413 percent when you factor in new age requirements and required benefits. the companies say the primary reason for the hikes is the law limits the ability to charge consumers based on age or health status. the report concludes the i am per cal data concludes many americans from recent college grads to older adults will not be able to afford the higher costs. >> it is 46 after the top of the hour. still ahead we told you about angelina jolie getting that
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double mastectomy after learning she had more than 80 percent chance to get breast cancer. dr. seigel is talking about her decision. >> check out this sight during a youth hockey match. first let's check in with brian kilmeade to see what's coming up on fox and friends. >> that also remind me of footage of last year's christmas party without the helmet. coming up on "fox & friends" we have a star studded lineup including rand paul here live. he has problems with the irs as do most americans. lawyer ray ingram from the scandal in the white house. bill o'reilly sits down on the kirby house. the nascar pit crew member will be joining us live and tennis legend is in the studio. separate note with tiger cubs. it will be a great show. please put something on.
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>> he resigned in disgrace after sending these explicit photos and messages to women on-line. anthony weiner is starting to mount his come back attempt. his staff reportedly growing for his bids for new york city mayor. we are told he has hired at least one person. it's time to reload some new batteries in the clock because jack bauer is back. >> the only person who can tell us where the bomb is. not going to tell you who it is until we get there. >> fox officially announcing it is reviving the hit tv show 24 next summer. it will pick up several years
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following the events of the final 8th season which aired back in 2010. >> thank you ainsley. angelina jolie with shocking news she had a double mastectomy after discovering she had 87 percent chance of developing breast cancer. with more insight is dr. mark seigel. thank you for joining us this morning. >> how are you? >> i am doing good. angelina jolie is raising awareness for women to be conscious of their health. tell us about the testing she under went and this vrca 1 gene this genetic mutation. >> by the way heather you are right. it is so important she is coming out like this and setting a public example a young boy tifl actress that is telling people let's put our health first. the brca gene it stands for the breast cancer gene. it prevents cells from growing wildly. so what happens is if you have a
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mutation in this gene or something goes wrong with it, then it can grow very quickly and you can get breast cancer. it's not the gene itself it's that the gene has a problem with it. >> a mutation. >> one in 300 to 500 have it. shouldn't i get checked for it? it is very rare very expensive to test. you should only have the test if you have a family history of breast cancer or there may be a likelihood of it. her mother as you know died of ovarian cancer and was tested and found out this gene which meant she had a 50 percent chance of getting it. she has been very medically correct in this. >> the test is a simple blood test. you talked about the expense of it. how expensive can it be? >> it canni be up to 3,000 dollars. one of the things she is tieing to do is get the cost down. insurance doesn't cover this. a lot of the women who need this test couldn't get it.
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a simple blood test you can get the answer very, very quickly. generally it increases your lifetime risk of breast cancer to about 60 percent. that's about five times greater than what most women have. the risk in the general population is 12 percent. women already need to be thinking about their risks of breast cancer but this makes it five times. the personal decision what you are going to do with the information. >> she said she had 87 percent of breast cancer, 50 percent risk of ovarian cancer before having this procedure done. >> i want to explain that. it has something to do with her personal situation. it's not all statistics. on top of her having the gene you have to take into account her mother already had cancer and you figure it out on that basis. i don't want women out there to say what about me. what about me? we are talking about one in three. -- the chances are low women have this gene. >> thank you so much dr. ceiling.
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a lot more will be talked about this today. >> i am so glad you talked to him. fascinating interview. thank you dr. seigel. >> 54 after the top of the hour. 6 minutes to the top of the hour. talk about a rough road. a sink hole swallows the car with the driver still behind the wheel. the awkward pics are up next. hey america, even though she doesn't need them, cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best protection looks, fits, and feels just like underwear. :
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>> welcome back. time for quick headlines. take a look at this. a maryland man, he needed a new car after he got swallowed up by a sink hole right in front of his house. a water main break is to blame for the road buckling and taking the car in. nose dive first. >> a street fight on ice at a youth hockey game in russia. players flying head first during the all-out brawl. dozens of players trading blows. officials eventually, though, stopped the fight. >> before we go, prom season is just around the corner, and between all the dresses and tuxedos and limos, there are always a lot of photos. >> we are asking you to send in yours. here are some. this comes from thomas in illinois. this is his son jeff and his date, emily. by the way, elected prom king and queen. >> rick sent this from his prom circa 1994.
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that looks like a standard tuxedo. he looks very nice. those look good. "fox & friends" starts right now. b why e. -- goodbye. >>gretchen: i almost said tgif because i saw the t for tuesday. not friday. good morning. shocking news overnight. actress angelina jolie revealing she did have a double mastectomy. more on that story ahead. >>steve: the president speaking out about those awful benghazi talking points. >> the whole issue of talking points throughout this process has been a
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